Maritime Law Journal: Noses to the Grindstone

The Tulane Maritime Law Journal is back in action for the semester.

Last fall, my involvement centered on editing pieces on the law related to detaining pirates and the viability of short sea shipping in the U.S. This semester, my editing focuses on comparative shipwreck and salvage law. I'm slated to have a piece published regarding arbitration in a maritime cargo case, and I'll be representing the Journal as a member of our team in the John R. Brown Admiralty Moot Court Competition, which takes place in Charleston, SC in March.

I anticipate a good deal of work, but also some very rewarding experiences.

Here's a look at the fruit of last semester's labor, the 346-page Winter 2008 Edition in print: